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Adam Ben Ezra: Intro
Bass Videos

Adam Ben Ezra: Intro

Adam Ben Ezra – one of our favorite bassists here at No Treble HQ – sent us his latest video. Once again, he blew us away with his music, bass skills… and cinematography. For this video, Adam is playing his new Nick Lloyd 5-string double bass. The tune is named “Intro” is an original composition featuring the bass running through...

Adam Stevens: “Let’s Get It On” All-Bass Cover
Bass Videos

Adam Stevens: “Let’s Get It On” All-Bass Cover

Marvin Gaye’s tune “Let’s Get It On” featured one the great Motown bass lines, played by Wilton Felder. Bassist Adam Stevens took the tune, his bass and a looper, and made it his own. Once again, Adam turns in an amazing all-bass performance.

Federico Malaman: “Do I Do” Bass Cover
Bass Videos

Federico Malaman: “Do I Do” Bass Cover

Federico Malaman just nails these all bass covers. Here’s a new one from him, performing his take on Stevie Wonder’s “Do I Do”. Federico is playing his Laurus bass through an MXR M82 Bass Envelope Filter and a Boss RC3 Loop Station.

Evan Marien: Eldridge Mach 2
Bass Videos

Evan Marien: Eldridge Mach 2

Whenever Evan Marien shares a new video with us, I usually stop what I’m doing to watch it. Here’s Evan’s latest, “Eldridge Mach 2” – a tune he wrote and performed using his bass, a looper, a Hot Hand and a laptop. It all adds up to some pretty incredible sounds coming from a bass.

Molten Voltage Introduces OZ Looper Controller
Pedals & Effects

Molten Voltage Introduces OZ Looper Controller

Molten Voltage has released the OZ Looper Controller, a pedal that works in tandem with the Strymon Timeline Delay to offer advanced use of its MIDI capabilities. The OZ connects with a single MIDI cable to access and control the TimeLine’s Reverse, Half-Speed/Double-Speed, Undo, and Redo functions. The OZ also has single-press, soft-touch recording and play back, meaning that you...

Adam Stevens: Solo Bass Loop Arrangement of Bootsy Collins’ “I’d Rather Be With You”
Bass Videos

Adam Stevens: Solo Bass Loop Arrangement of Bootsy Collins’ “I’d Rather Be With You”

Adam Stevens has impressed us in the past with his solo bass arrangements, but I’m not sure I’ve enjoyed any more than this one. Here’s Adam’s arrangement of “I’d Rather Be With You”, from Bootsy Collins’ 1976 album Stretchin’ Out In Bootsy’s Rubber Band.

Digitech Announces JamMan Express XT Looping Pedal
Pedals & Effects

Digitech Announces JamMan Express XT Looping Pedal

Digitech has expanded their looping pedal lineup with introduction of the JamMan Express XT, a pared down pedal built for simplicity. The pedal sports one knob for adjusting the loop level with a footswitch for controlling the looping process. Three colored LEDs display what mode you’re in – Record, Dub, or Play – which are toggled by stepping on the...

Victor Wooten: 2013 NAMM Performance
Bass Videos

Victor Wooten: 2013 NAMM Performance

The NAMM Show is one of the highlights of our year… like a family reunion of sorts. But it is massive, and so we often miss many of the great performances that take place on the show’s floor. (Hey, we’re not lying when we say we’re working… at least not completely.) Thankfully, there’s video to show us what we missed....

Federico Malaman: “Smells Like Teen Spirit” Solo Bass Performance
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Federico Malaman: “Smells Like Teen Spirit” Solo Bass Performance

During the 2010 EuroBassDay, Federico Malaman – armed with a Laurus bass and a looper – showcased his solo bass skills at the Tecamp and Laurus booth. Federico took Nirvana’s “Smells Like Teen Spirit” and made it his own great all-bass performance.

Lucas Pimentel: 6/8
Bass Videos

Lucas Pimentel: 6/8

Here’s Brazilian bassist Lucas Pimentel playing a looped chordal groove in 6/8 – simply entitled “6/8” – and soloing over it in style. You may hear a seasonal twist to the main theme.

Petros Klampanis: “Countdown” Solo Looping Double Bass
Bass Videos

Petros Klampanis: “Countdown” Solo Looping Double Bass

Here’s an awesome rendition of the classic John Coltrane tune “Countdown,” performed by Petros Klampanis. The bassist gets creative with harmonics, insane rhythms, and a shaker attached to his ankle.

Jake Bolton: “Chameleon” All-Bass Loop Cover (Featured Reader Video Week)
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Jake Bolton: “Chameleon” All-Bass Loop Cover (Featured Reader Video Week)

Bassist Jake Bolton responded to our call for videos with his all-bass cover of Herbie Hancock’s tune, “Chameleon”. Turns out, this is the first video Jake has shared. He says tab is available on request. You can reach him on Twitter or Facebook. We’re celebrating a week-long series of videos by No Treble readers. We want to hear from you...